ASIS kicked off on Monday morning with a musical and theatrical ensemble to reel in the years of this venerable 50-year-old organization.
Booth City, part 1: a look from the walkway above the exhibits hall gives a bird's-eye glimpse of the thousands of booths offering cameras, turnstiles, access control systems and more.
Booth City, part 2: more from the exhibits...
Entering the convention center for ASIS 2005
The exhibit hall started fairly quietly, with most attendees making their way to morning seminars.
Sony showcased some new cameras and a new recorder. Most impressive was the RX550 pan-tilt-zoom camera. With a 26x optical zoom and a pan speed of 300 degrees per second, this is one swift camera when you need to change your view.
SecurityInfoWatch.com's team made it to Orlando on Sunday to set up for the show. After putting together the Cygnus Security Group's booth (for SecurityInfoWatch.com, Security Technology & Design, Security Dealer and Locksmith Ledger), we made it out for some evening functions.
Monday morning came early, and we're back at the show, reporting live for you from the Orlando Convention Center. Notable this morning was the stunning musicle showcase that gave a glimpse back into the decades of ASIS's 50 years. Warmed by the music (we loved the Beatles medley), attendees are now out on the tradeshow floor.
We've made it by Sony already this morning, and they're showcasing some new technology with PTZ and zoom cameras, as well as a new recorder. The products are feature-packed, as to be expected; look to our Announcements/Products page to get details on all the manufacturers' new equipment and services.
We'll continue to update the site with these updates. Check back for more soon. For now, enjoy the photos at right as you enjoy ASIS via SecurityInfoWatch.com.